When your bicycle tyre fails, the humble hand pump humbles all. Trying to get enough pressure into a deflated tyre next to the road, can be both annoying and tiring.
For workshop duties, hand and floor pumps can become a chore, especially when trying to seat a new tyre. What if you could harness battery power, instead?
E-bike brand, Aventon, has partnered with battery pump manufacturer, Fanttik, to market a portable pump with lots of pressure. And it won’t give you any hand or forearm fatigue.
All the pressure
The Aventon Fanttik X8 Apex might be small, but it is potent. It features a battery-powered motor and takes a mere 20 seconds to inflate a bicycle tyre. That’s a much better job than you’d ever do with a hand pump.
How many bicycle tyres could you inflate with an Aventon Fanttik X8 Apex pump? The claim is for six, before a recharge is required. The Aventon Fanttik X8 Apex can run a peak pressure of 150 PSI.
Beyond its convenience, the Aventon Fanttik X8 Apex’s other appeal, is accuracy. It can inflate within 1 PSI of a selected pre-set pressure. And as experienced riders know, when you are working on a spectrum of 15-30 PSI, for tyre pressure, even the slightest variance, makes a significant difference.
A battery-powered pump that inflates to within 1 PSI of accuracy, is a big win for consistently achieving and maintaining ideal tyre pressure and performance.